I just bought a new build this weekend. DH55HC 1156 board with integrated graphis. I have an I5-650. I have two 2gb chips in both DIMM 0 slots. So I hook everthing up and I can't get a display. So the LCD is a Samsung and I swapped over to my wife's LCD which we know works and still no dislay. This was using the VGA slot. I hooked it up using the DVI and still same thing. Any suggestions.
Did you get the display even once after integrating or you never got display ?
And whats the frequency of DIMMS ? Sometimes, or lets say most of the times there are display issues while using compatible type but unsupported frequency..
Do you get intel logo on screen or not ?
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thank you for responding.
Never got a display. I have dual channel 1333 DIMMS, No logo. Monitor keeps saying no signal. whether I'm plugged into the VGA or DVI on the integrated jacks or the video card I bought. I plugged some speakers in b/c I saw a lot of folks talking about on these discussion boards as how to troubleshoot. No beeps though. Was wondering if I should try to reset the CMOS tonight.
The DIMMS are supported, so thats clear.
Now you gotta try 2 more things
Remove the CMOS battery and keep it aside for like 1hour. All this time, plug off the system from mains
For BIOS recovery, download "http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=19226&ProdId=3142&lang=eng
Format the pen drive and copy this file in the pen drive.. Power off your system
Open your cabinet, remove the BIOS jumper completely (Which would be in 1-2 position)
Insert the pen drive into back side USB port
Power on your system. It should shut down or restart or ask you to shut down in 10-15 minutes
Place back jumper on 1-2 position
(Make sure you have not placed it back wrong, like on 2-3)
Remove the pen drive
Power on system
See if you get display
Ok did everything, reset the CMOS. No change. Did the BIOS update off USB recovery. The only change is that now when I turn on the power at the PSU the computer fires up automatically without turning it on at the front panel. When I got no display but the change in the new power up I thought I may have made it worse so I redid the whole process again. No change, no display at all and computer fires up at the PSU switch now, not the front panel like before.
Well under that case, replacement is the only option. BIOS recovery is the last step to see weather you can do someting at your end or not !
If you have purchased board within a month, Intel has 30days push back policy. Contact your Point of Purcahse and he will replace your baord with a brand new box product (only if you have purchased it in lsat 30days)
Else contact the Intel local support. They'll ask list of troubleshootin you've done, so keep it ready !